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Joy Neville was born on 24 July, 1983 in Limerick, Ireland. Discover Joy Neville's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 37 years old?

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Age 38 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 24 July 1983
Birthday 24 July
Birthplace Limerick, Ireland
Nationality Ireland

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Her husband is Simona Coppola (m. 2015)

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Joy Neville Net Worth

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2017

After retiring as a player, Neville became a referee. She has taken charge of matches in the Women's Six Nations Championship, the World Rugby Women's Sevens Series and the Women's Rugby World Cup, including the 2017 final. In addition to refereeing women's rugby union, Neville has also achieved a number of firsts as a female referee in the men's game. In 2016 Neville served as an assistant referee for a European Rugby Challenge Cup game between Bath and Bristol, making her the first woman to officiate in a professional European rugby match.

In October 2017, together with Andrew Brace, George Clancy and John Lacey, Neville was one of seven referees offered professional contracts by the IRFU. On 28 October 2017 Neville refereed a Rugby Europe Conference match between Norway and Denmark. This saw her become the second women, after Alhambra Nievas, to referee a men's international match. Nievas had refereed another match in the same competition two weeks earlier.

On 5 November 2017, Neville became the first woman to referee a Welsh Premier Division match when she took charge of a fixture between Pontypridd and Ebbw Vale. On 15 December 2017 Neville became the first woman to referee a European Rugby Challenge Cup match when she took charge of a 2017–18 pool stage fixture between Bordeaux-Bègles and Enisei-STM. This also saw Neville become the first women to referee a professional European rugby union match. On 9 February 2018 Neville became the first woman to referee a Pro14 match when she took charge of a 2017–18 fixture between Ulster and Southern Kings. This also saw Neville become the first women to referee a top-level men's rugby union match in the United Kingdom.

2016

In 2016, she became the first female referee to take charge of matches in the national leagues of Ireland, Wales and Italy as well as competitions such the British and Irish Cup, the European Rugby Challenge Cup and the Pro14. After taking charge of a match in the latter competition, she also become the first woman to referee a top-level men's rugby union match in the United Kingdom. After Alhambra Nievas, she also became the second woman to referee a men's international match when she took charge of a 2017–18 Rugby Europe Conference match. In 2017 Neville was also named World Rugby Referee of the Year.

By 2015 Neville was refereeing in the IRFU Women's Interprovincial Series. On 20 March 2016 Neville made her debut as an international referee when she took charge of a Women's Six Nations Championship between Wales and Italy. On 26 August 2017 Neville refereed the 2017 Women's Rugby World Cup Final between New Zealand and England. She also served as a referee during the 2017–18 World Rugby Women's Sevens Series

On 20 October 2016 Neville served as an assistant referee for a European Rugby Challenge Cup game between Bath and Bristol, making her the first woman to ever officiate in a professional European rugby match. On 12 November 2016 Neville became the first woman to take charge of an All-Ireland League match when she refereed a game between Cork Constitution and Clontarf. On 23 September 2017 Neville became the first woman to referee an Excellence match when she took charge of a fixture between Petrarca and Lazio. She had previously referee in the Serie A.

2015

Neville is openly gay. On 21 June 2015 she married her partner Simona Coppola, who is also from Limerick. Coppola works as a project manager for Intel. Neville has stated in interview that she is proud to represent the first country to pass a same-sex marriage referendum.

2009

Neville attended Salesian Secondary School where she played various sports including basketball, squash, association football, badminton and field hockey. She initially concentrated on basketball and she was a member of a Salesian Secondary School basketball team that won an All-Ireland schools league title. Neville was 16 and working at a local leisure centre when a colleague encouraged her to try women's rugby union. She subsequently started playing for Shannon, who at the time were the only Limerick club with a women's team. In 2009 she switched to UL Bohemians and would also go one to represent Munster, helping them win six Interprovincial titles.

2008

Between 2008 and 2012 Neville attended Limerick Institute of Technology where she completed a Bachelor's degree in social studies and social care. She also began to work as a director of rugby union at LIT, coaching both men's and women's team. After retiring as a player, Neville was approached by David McHugh, an IRFU referee performance officer, who invited her to become a referee. In December 2013 she took charge of her first game, an U15 friendly between St Munchin's College and CBC. She subsequently began refereeing Munster Schools Rugby Senior Cup matches.

2006

Joy Neville grew up in the North Circular Road district of Limerick. She was raised in a sporting family and had four brothers. Her father, Ger Neville, played rugby union for UL Bohemians. In 2006–07 her brother, Paul, captained Garryowen to an All-Ireland League, All-Ireland Cup and Munster Senior Cup treble. He also played for Connacht and the Ireland national rugby sevens team.

2003

Between 2003 and 2013, Neville made 70 appearances for the Ireland women's national rugby union team. She captained the team during the 2009 Women's Six Nations Championship, leading the Ireland women to their first win over France. Neville represented Ireland at both the 2006 and 2010 Women's Rugby World Cups. In the 2010 tournament she scored four tries – two against the United States in a 22–12 win and two against Kazakhstan in a 37–3 win. She was also a member of the Ireland team that completed a Grand Slam and won the 2013 Women's Six Nations Championship. During her international career, Neville would also play for the Ireland women's national rugby sevens team.

1983

Joy Neville (born 24 July 1983) is a former Ireland women's rugby union international and a current rugby union referee. As a player Neville represented Ireland at both the 2006 and 2010 Women's Rugby World Cups. In 2009 Neville captained the first Ireland team to defeat France. In 2013 she was also a member of the first Ireland women's team to win the Six Nations, Grand Slam and Triple Crown titles.